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Great article Mike - this is something that I have long been thinking about. This is especially true when it comes to nanoreefs. ...I hope to achieve a somewhat species related in my new upcoming 12g system (http://www.nanoreefblog.com)


Thanks, Curvball. In a small aquarium, it is just so hard to mimic some of the microcosms found in the wild. I've seen it done in large aquarium, but my main goal was to impress upon aquarists that corals are living animals with needs of their own, not merely a pretty animal to shove in a box with other pretty animals.

Your blog link didn't work? Post the (correct?) URL when you get it working and I'll link to you!

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